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Communion with God

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Joyful fearlessness

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Being rich but living poor

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Beholding Christ’s glory

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Awaken my soul

[...] of preparation came to fruition in one shining moment. Benched by our ministry downsizing or vocation loss, we have gone from participant to spectator before we truly realized what hit us.  Time is [...]

Assertiveness and submissiveness

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Reaching toward praise

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The Hardened Soul

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The Cluttered Soul

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The planet of lost souls

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Our Father’s face

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The divided life

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Overwhelming Positive Passion

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Fainting for the Lord

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A wail of a time

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A hard day’s night

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AHA: Awakening. Honesty. Action.

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Total dependence

[...] time seeing themselves as someone in need of AHA. 1.  Critical of others’ sins.  Pastor Idleman states that older brothers frequently focus on the flaws of others, unwilling to [...]

The blame game

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Defeatism

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God’s sufficiency

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